When it comes to the law, shipping, logistics and international trade are both areas which fall into a niche sector. Our understanding of shipping and international trade contracts and disputes goes well beyond our knowledge of the law and international conventions. We fully appreciate the importance of risk avoidance and brand protection with your trading partners and customers. Our marine solicitors understand these issues are fundamental to our role as legal advisors, as well as being aware of the strategic, environmental and commercial challenges which shipping and trading companies increasingly face globally.
The movement of goods using multimodal contracts is certainly full of complications, and difficult disputes often arise. With different conventions controlling the transport of goods across Europe and internationally, good advice from reliable shipping lawyers really matters. And that’s exactly what we offer. Our shipping solicitors advise logistics providers, liner services, freight forwarders and transport companies on all matters relating to the movement of goods across Europe and around the world.
As with most businesses today, time is of the essence. With such short time frames regarding claims, it’s vital that you seek advice as soon as possible. Our team are on hand to advise and guide you through. We are also supporting members of BIFA.
We are proud to be members of the National Workboat Association, our membership being testament to our commitment to this sector. Our shipping and marine solicitors are familiar with and can advise on the many issues typically faced by workboat operators and suppliers.
Why choose our marine law solicitors?
We are one of the few shipping and international trade teams based in offices outside of London with the expertise and experience to provide you with that specialist advice. Our commitment is to provide that high quality service at competitive rates. We take pride in the advice we give and the support we offer and client satisfaction lies at the heart of what we do.